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Re: [linux-lvm] NFS



Andreas Dilger <adilger turbolinux com> writes:

> No, I've been doing it a long time.  LVM is a block device like a disk,
> while NFS is a filesystem interface.  As long as the filesystem can
> support NFS you are OK.

??  Has a file system to be written so that it supports NFS?  I
thought all file systems beneath the VFS provide the same interface to
the NFS server and can be exported via NFS.

> This limits you pretty much to ext2 or ext3 only, unless you have
> reiserfs with up-to-date patches.

I have also exported iso9660 and msdos file systems on local block
devices via NFS.


urs


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